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Re-export of harpsichords and keyboard stringed instruments from New Zealand: Drop in 2017

United Nations Statistical Office published that the indicator went down strongly by 66.67% in comparison with one year earlier. It pinpoints the all-time minimum since 1990 as the variable greatly diminished by 2, as it follows the tendency of the prior year when it fell by 50 percent. New Zealand saw a fall of 96.88% in music instruments export over the past 28 years. Furthermore, it has had a negative compound annual growth rate of 0.3 percent during the last 5 years with a overall decrease since the start of time series. It averaged 11.54 from 1990 to 2017 and it reached its maximum of 77 in 2003.

Re-export of harpsichords and keyboard stringed instruments from New Zealand: Drop in 2017
Date Number Variation
2017 1.00 -66.67
2016 3.00 -50
2015 6.00 -14.29
2014 7.00 16.67
2013 6.00 -45.45
2012 11.00 37.5
2011 8.00 14.29
2010 7.00 -68.18
2009 22.00 83.33
2008 12.00 -40

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